Local Coquitlam killer Rob Parsons was spotted shredding the freshly repaired Lafarge skatepark on his bright ass Deuce.
Trevor has been busting his ass building concrete parks in Alberta all summer and when he gets some time off he likes to enjoy the fruits of his labor by testing out the fresh concrete on this custom Deuce that he picked up Calgary's BMX Gallery 4130.
Old timer, Simon Barry went to Wheelies BMX to get himself a birthday present because nobody loves him because he's a salty bastard.
Jason Herman from 514 BMX in Montreal is a good friend of Dillon's and a long-time supporter of the brand and Dill wanted to hook him up with one of his prototype Diller frames in translucent red. He sent over a few photos of it built up with a set of Blazer forks, Connect cranks, 28T Light sprocket, Primary hubs, and one of our collab seats with Northern Embassy. Check out some more pics below and watch out for Dill's frame, fork and bars to be dropping real soon!
Colton from Edmonton, Alberta sent through this pic of his freshly built Varsity frame in mint green that he picked up from Transition BMX.
Check out Hariman Delarosa's raw Whitton he sent through.